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Migranite -- manage migtations tool

Project description

Tool for manage migrations in your project.

Install

pip install migranite

If you want to use MongoDB as database for migrations:

pip install 'migranite[mongo]'

How to start

To initialize the migranite in your project run:

migranite init --migrations migrations_dir --templates templates_dir

This command creates the config file (.migranite) and two directories (migrations_dir and templates_dir).

Create the first migration:

migranite create my-first-migration

This is create the file migrations_dir/001-my-first-migration.py with an empty migration. You need to write a module docstring and implement function run() with your migration logic.

Show the available migrations with statuses:

migranite list

Run all migrations that haven’t been started earlier:

migranite run

Run only specified migrations:

migranite run my-first-migration

Run the migrations that were started earlier:

migranite run --force my-first-migration

Config file

A config file is a simple ini-file with three sections.

[migrations]

Migrations settings.

path:Path to directory with migrations.
digits:Number of digits in migration number. Default 3.

[templates]

Templates settings.

path:Path to directory with templates.
default:Default template file name.

[database]

Database settings. Currently only JSON file and MongoDB is supported.

backend:Type of database backend (json or mongo).

Other settings are backend-specified.

json

path:path to json file.

mongo

host:Hostname or ip address. Default localhost.
port:Default 27017.
name:Name of database. Required.
collection:Name of collection. Default migrations.

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